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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Scott, Oct 4, 2010.
I'm not feeling the kimono dresses but Boudicca cuts a mean jacket! Those white jackets are perfection.
That 1st coat and the sequined dress will sell, i love those two.
The quality, just beautiful.
I wonder if there are other sites with the rest of the collection? I've searched in vain on Google. Their work is consistent and some of these pieces are beautifully, immaculately fitted and structured.
^diane seems to be the only person that ever reports anything on boudicca. it's a little aggravating because people seem to only care about something when it's on a catwalk or some kind of spectacle.
thinking about that,i find it very interesting how they decided not to show anymore on catwalks. it's such the opposite of what so many have done in the last years. whether it was ever their intention or not,i just think it's so smart,with the climate of the economy, that they've forgone the 'show' so they can keep creating the kind of work they want to. and they've survived.
This is really quite nice. I like it.
Scott, so true. Boudicca does almost couture clothes, but unless you are favoured by the fashion pack, you can be drowned out by the flashier trashier designers that they promote. I'll post more images here if I can find them, but is it possible to contact them directly to send one of us some images to keep this thread on them "alive"? Since they are so neglected, this could help give them some exposure and at least satiate their fans on TFS.
Agree. Very nice!
Amen to everything you said, love. They've always chosen the more creative, intimate and DIY path in the industry so I think forgoing the whole to-do and expense of a show makes sense for them. frustrations about never being able to find many photos aside, the ones that are in here are gorgeous, as always. immaculately structured with the expected Boudicca vibes. lovely.
This might be really pretty. so far i like it!
My my... those jackets seem to keep such a great shape. The shoulders' details on the first jacket are really impressive. I wonder which fabric they used. Maybe it's just the photo, but the jacket looks so... perfect on the surface? Haha.
the whole collection, finally up on a website